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Come Hangout with leading tech pioneers at LeWeb 2014!

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Seize your chance to discuss the future of technology with the people who are making it!

As part of euronews’ coverage of LeWeb 2014 – one of the largest international meetings on the tech calendar – we are holding live web chats with some of the world’s leading web entrepreneurs, investors and bloggers. And you can take part!

To be a guest in the series of Google+ Hangouts, fill in this form. You can join the discussion on the latest trends and explore the future of topics such as crowdfunding, wearable computing, social media, e-commerce, the state of the start-up scene, the impact of cloud technology on health and education and much, much more.

Here’s the Hangout schedule:

Tuesday December 9


Cedric Hutchings, Co-founder and CEO of Withings, “Wearable Computing – Ready to take off”
Shehzad Daredia, CEO of bop.fm, “LeWeb Success Story”
Jeff Bonforte, VP Products at Yahoo!, “Wild Rides”
Thierry Petit, Co-founder of showroomprive.com, “E-Commerce”

Wednesday, December 10


Nicolas Brusson, Co-founder and COO of BlaBlaCar, “The Invasion of the European Super Start-ups”
Jeff Clavier, Founder of SofTech VC, “The Reinvention of Healthcare”
Taig Khris, CEO of Onoff Telecom, “What every entrepreneur can learn from Extreme Sports”
Duncan Osborn, Product Manager of Google CI, “The Arts”

Thursday, December 11


Brian Solis, Principal, Altimeter Group, “Disruption as an Ecosystem”

Cedric Hutchings, Withings CEO

Shehzad Daredia, bop.fm CEO

Jeff Bonforte, Yahoo Senior VP of Communication Products

Thierry Petit, showroomprive.com co-founder

Nicolas Brusson, Co-founder and COO of BlaBlaCar

Jeff Clavier, Founder of SofTech VC

Taig Khris, CEO of Onoff Telecom

Duncan Osborn, Product Manager of Google CI, “The Arts”

Brian Solis of Altimeter Group

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